Banon Resorts Manali
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... We went by bus, which was a State Govt bus & was quite good. Left at 10am & didn't get back to town till 6.30pm so it was a long day. The drive up is amazing & the road is very narrow in places. On numerous occasions either our bus or the truck coming the opposite way would have to back up to give the other one room to get around. Photos from here are still a work in progress so anyone who is interested just google Rohtang Pass & ...
... sight of a village below. We only hoped that it was Demul, our destination for the night. We found a trail down the pass toward town. As we grew closer we called our greetings to the women and men in the fields, they were returned with smiles and waves. The village was indeed Demul and our legs were thankful for this. We were guided to a homestay as soon as we arrived by the first man we met. When I found out the host shared a name with my cousin (Tashi) I knew that ...
... these refugees. The reading class was attended by monks and Tibetan adults varying between the ages of 35yrs - 50yrs. We were literally teaching them to read a Grade Prep level book with sentences such as 'I saw a dog' and 'She is pretty'. It was incredible to be amongst such enthusiastic adults who, despite their age, were willing to do anything they could to learn English in order to help out the Free Tibet cause. The conversation class was attended by a slightly younger ...
... mud and populated with hundreds if road workers toiling in the rain. Now, near the end of the season, the road had tarmac (blacktop) on it and was mostly dry. Within a couple hours I was at the top of the pass and found it to be desolate and devoid of humans. I found a couple locals to take my photo at the pass. It was gorgeous up there!
... people should help fundraise them and that the idea of helping children in a school or orphanage was just an excuse to go on holiday. The truth is, travel has to have a purpose, and whether or not you think spending a year mowing my Granddad’s lawn to raise funds for helping Indian school kids on a life changing journey was a good or bad idea is up to you I’m afraid. I pondered deeply on this thought until I almost lost track of where I was and nearly ...